Hadara Graubart

Hadara Graubart was formerly a writer and editor for Tablet Magazine.

An Old-Time New Year in N.H.

Historical reenactors make a 1919 Rosh Hashanah

Daybreak: Is an Attack on Iran Inevitable?

Tarantino in Israel, U.N. bias, and more in the news

Sundown: Caught Red-Butted

Caged wisdom, fear of prayer, and a specious search

Daybreak: New Roadmap Still Bumpy

Mitchell’s dreams, HRW’s scandal, and more in the news

Sundown: Taking the Sting Out

Imagining Mamet, roaming charges, and the band that played on

Is Madonna Becoming Modest?

‘Esther’ looked like a rebbetzin at last night’s VMAs

Ames, Cross Jew Up Brooklyn Book Fest

Author and comedian put on a ‘touching’ show

Daybreak: How Dangerous Are Settlers?

Talk and more talk today in the news

Sundown: Madonna, a Rabbi, and Jesus Walk into a Tomb

Exodus to cable, kosher ovens, and a bar becomes a mitzvah

Dov Charney Sheds Tears for Laid-Off Immigrants

Replacing his usual bodily fluid of choice

Daybreak: Toronto Film Fest Under Fire

Settlement freeze postponed, Evangelicals and Israel, and more in the news

Sundown: Dude Jumps Like a Lady

Freedom of the press, fight or flight, and juice for Jesus

Can Hebrew School Be Saved?

By making it more like other parts of teens’ lives?

Daybreak: First Hearing for Museum Shooter

Good reasons for low hopes in the Mideast, and more in the news

Sundown: Philosophical Claims

Milk, more Madonna, charity, and the lack thereof

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